Flight 9252: Dear journalists, please tell where you think the A320 hit a mountain!

3_bildNo-one knows everything. But journalists are paid to report. While I might be wrong on details of my analysis, at least I try and support it with facts. Simple facts.

According to various media, the A320 of Flight 9252 hits a mountain with its right wing, some seconds before it crashes full frontal in the French Alps on March 24 2015. To the right you find the last minute of this flight, based on data from Flightradar24. The white line on the terrain, is the route of the plane in land coordinates. Here is the same area in google maps, with the terrain visible (showing heights): link.

Again: please tell us, where in the flight path, just seconds before the crash, is there a mountain “in the way” of the right wing? What mountain could the right wing have possibly hit? The right wing hit a mountain before it crashes full frontal: I do not think so! At 10.40h the plane flies at about 2400 metres. The highest peaks (about 1 km to the East of the plane’s flight path) are 1700 metres. The 9252 flies above a valley (with smaller mountains to the left and right) towards the various peaks of the Tete L’Estrop (a mountain “wall”, with height varying from 2500 to 2900 metres). How could the right wing of the plane have hit a mountain just seconds before it crashes full frontal?

Is that enough reason to discuss alternative theories? There was a sudden heavy turbulence/shake, and something hit the right wing. Here is my alternative theory: link.

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One Response to Flight 9252: Dear journalists, please tell where you think the A320 hit a mountain!

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